Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Skin Biology and Diseases Resource-Based Center

Gene Editing Transduction and Nanotechnology Core

DNA RNA Delivery

The Gene Editing, Transduction and Nanotechnology (GET iN) Core is directed by Irina V. Budunova, MD, PhD, and co-directed by Associate Core Director, Alexander Y. Yemelyanov, MD, PhD. The major objective of the Gene Editing, Transduction and Nanotechnology Core is to provide innovative customized R&D solutions in cell engineering and gene expression modifications for in vitro and in vivo applications, including (i) generation/large scale production of synthetic viruses (lenti/retro viruses, adenoviruses and adeno-associated viruses), (ii) CRISPR/Cas9 applications (gene knock-down, gene knock-in, in-genome protein tagging, CRISPR-libraris) and (ii) custom cells engineering and generation of customized experimental models (ex: drug development, biomarker search, assessment of gene/protein functions and signaling pathways studies).

Core Services

Find our service listing below. Ordering is done through NU Core and cost information is available via our core price sheet.

Alexander Y. Yemelyanov, MD, PhD and Irina V. Budunova, MD, PhD

Core Leadership

Irina V. Budunova, MD, PhD
Core Director
Associate Professor of Dermatology and Urology

Alexander Y. Yemelyanov, MD, PhD
Associate Core Director
Research Assistant Professor of Medicine, Pulmonary Division

Contact Us

We welcome your interest in our core. Please contact Research Associate Pankaj Bhalla, PhD, for more information.

Pankaj Bhalla, PhD